MCBH is in Health Protection Condition (HPCON) level Bravo
This decision is informed by local conditions based on public health surveillance data, guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, collaboration with the State of Hawaii, and advice from the command PHEO. All current mitigation measures remain in place as MCBH continues to employ a conditions-based approach to COVID-19 response.
For further guidance, please contact your chain of command.
All persons aboard MCBH must maintain physical distance of six feet. When unable to maintain six feet of physical distance, individuals on Marine Corps property, installations, and facilities will wear cloth face coverings. This applies to all Military, DOD Civilians, DOD Contractors, Dependents, and all other individuals on or in Marine Corps property. Face coverings worn by any individual shall be conservative in appearance, not offensive, and conform to CDC guidance. Per CDC guidance, cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.
Personnel are authorized to utilize on and off-base facilities that are open for business. Participation in any on or off-base activity will not be conducted with more than 10 individuals in any group. Personnel are authorized to walk, run, or do other outdoor physical training activities on MCBH, to include using on-base parks and playgrounds, as long as social distancing is implemented. Water sports are authorized. Off-base physical activity will conform to current state and local regulations. For State of Hawaii updates, visit https://hawaiicovid19.com/
BEACHES: Effective immediately, Entry Control Points (ECP) are no longer required at MCBH beaches and beach access is available to DoD ID card holders. North Beach, Pyramid Rock Beach, Hale Koa Beach, Secret Beach, and Fort Hase Beach are now open for PT and access to the water, and gathering/sitting/lounging in groups of 10 or less.
Visit the MCCS website for updated information on available services. For up to date impacts, hours and closures, please visit https://mccshawaii.com/updates/ and also monitor https://www.facebook.com/mccshawaii. All MCCS Facilities are observing a mandated 6′ separation for social distancing enforcement. Please observe this for your safety as well as the employees.
Please visit the Commissary web site for current hours and updates: